Walking is great aerobic exercise that can get or keep you fit, but it also can pose hazards when you walk on or near roadways.
Personal music players are more popular than ever, in large part because they're simply integrated into everyone's smartphones. It's easier than ever to put on a pair of headphones and listen to whatever you want, something that may not be possible in older cars without USB ports. As such, it's tempting to keep your headphones on when you get in the car, whether you're settling in for a long road trip, driving home from the gym after a workout session or heading to work.
Car accidents can shatter more than glass and bones. They can shatter the lives of those who are injured by other drivers, and the lives of their loved ones and family members, too.
A person injured in a car accident may receive a settlement offer from an adjuster working for the insurance company of the other driver. To the injured person, it may seem like a quick and easy to resolve their case.
A 20-year-old Franklin woman who was involved in a double fatality accident earlier this summer has been charged with two misdemeanor counts of death by vehicle and driving left of center.
When you're riding a motorcycle, all it takes is a split second to end or permanently alter your life. Below are some common scenarios for motorcycle accidents — do you have the skills to avoid these dangers?